1You start the game with a dogleg to the left. Ideally, you should aim the tee shot to the right of the left fairway bunker. A tip: Don't try to play over the left corner. It's not 2Even if there seems to be a lot of water coming into play along the fairways, this hole is still easy to master. A long drive can overplay the water, but note the out on the right.3Ideally, play the tee shot to the left of the fairway. From this side you can better play over the trees that you have to overcome on a long drive with the second shot. The green i4A nice par 3 with lots of water on the right. Be aware of the wind conditions and adjust your club choice accordingly. The large green slopes from back to front.5Try to hold the shot between the bunker on the left and the water on the right towards the center of the fairway. Long hitters can choose the line over the left fairway bunker - on6Aim your drive carefully, preferably to the left of the fairway. If the tee shot is too far to the right of the fairway or to the left of the rough, it will be more difficult to re7A short but treacherous par 3 - out to the left and often winds that way, trees to the right and a long left to right sloping green (39m).8For long hitters, the green can be reached in two shots. To do this, it is necessary to shorten the dogleg and play the "tiger line" to the left over the bunker. The green is cropp9Aim for the left half of the fairway off the tee and don't be intimidated by out-of-bounds on the left. You can play the shot onto the green better from the left-hand side of the f10This seemingly short hole is extremely treacherous. For the shot, pay attention to the pin position and the wind conditions in order to optimally reach the green, which is heavily 11This hole gives you a realistic chance of a birdie. For long hitters it is necessary to play the ball to the left of the fairway in order to have a good starting position on the gr12A long tee shot – preferably via the right bunker – is required. This makes the path to the not very long green, well defended by bunkers, much shorter.13This is the start of three consecutive difficult holes. It takes two very long shots to reach the green - the green (26m) is slightly elevated and docked.14A very long, difficult par 5. It is best to place your drive to the left of the fairway bunker. With the second shot, a narrow, frontal water obstacle has to be overcome. Note the 15On this long par 4 you should avoid the left side when teeing off, because you have more space on the right to be able to hit the green more precisely. This shot requires great pre16An easy par 3 where pin position will dictate your club choice. Note the water hazard on the left and the long green.17Keep your tee shot to the right. Long hitters have the chance to overplay the bunker carry. A birdie chance is only given if you position the ball on the correct plateau of the gre18"Last Attack"! Due to the dip and the narrow passage between the rows of trees, it is difficult to reach the green in two shots. The green is heavily cropped and well defended by b
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